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BORROWERS, THE (HDNET)

What to know: When an evil realtor wants to tear down an old house, he is unaware of the little people that live under the floorboards.
KIDS FIRST ENDORSED
Recommended age 5-12
89 minutes
DVD
HDNET MOVIES LLC
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This movie is awesome because it's really funny and cool to see the little people living in the house with the big people. This movie is all about a kid named Pete Lender who is determined to find out why all the stuff in their house keeps disappearing. He eventually finds Arrietty who is a Borrower and she explains what Borrowers do. The Lenders have to move out of their house because a mean man named Ocious Potter wants to build an apartment building in its place. The Borrowers try to go with the Lenders but the kids fall out of the truck and have to travel through the city to find the new house that is by the old church. Some of the main characters in the movie are Pete Lender, Arrietty Clock, Ocious P. Potter, and Exterminator Jeff. My favorite character is Pete Lender because he really cares about the Borrowers and is really funny. Exterminator Jeff is on Ocious P. Potter's team at first but then wants to help Pete and the Borrowers. My favorite part in the movie is when Peagreen Clock fell out of the truck and landed in dog poop. I like that part because it was really funny and I think that a lot of people would think that was funny too. Another part I really like is when Ocious P. Potter got squirt with cheese. The Borrowers pushed the lever to squirt the cheese because he was after them. It worked and the Borrowers got away! I would recommend this movie for all ages 3 and up because there are a couple of scary parts but not too many and it is a really good movie. The Borrowers is one of the many classics brought to your home by HDnet movies on KidScene, a morning and Friday night programming block specifically for kids and families. Reviewed by Anthony Aranda, age 9, KIDS FIRST! Filom Critic.
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When an evil realtor wants to tear down an old house, he is unaware of the little people that live under the floorboards. These little people, the Borrowers, must fight to save their home and lives.
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